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Super quantum simulator 'entangles' hundreds of ions

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Physicists have ‘entangled’ or linked together the properties of up to 219 beryllium ions (charged atoms) to create a quantum simulator. The simulator is designed to model and mimic complex physics phenomena in a way that is impossible with conventional machines, even supercomputers. The techniques could also help improve atomic clocks.
(via WSJ Blogs)